Friday, January 9, 2009

Learning how to count in creole

If you go to a foreign country one of the key to really enjoy the trip is to know something about the culture of its inhabitants and better more learn at least some basics and essential words or phrases in the native language of its people. In Haiti the official language is French and Creole though most people would understand French not all of them speak it. French is mostly on official papers and when you go to a government office but now they are trying to have the creole more involved. It used to be that officials would only give speech in French but now things have changed. They speak Creole to make sure that everybody understand what they are saying! Great! This is what creole looks like . So today I am posting a video from youtube which is teaching you to count in creole. Hope you enjoy the video it is from Have fun!

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